10 Northernmost Capital Cities in Europe

Can you name the ten northernmost European capitals?
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Last updated: September 24, 2018
First submittedNovember 16, 2016
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Latitude
Capital City
63°14'N
Reykjavík
60°17'N
Helsinki
59°95'N
Oslo
59°43'N
Tallinn
59.32'N
Stockholm
Latitude
Capital City
56°93'N
Riga
55°75'N
Moscow
55°67'N
Copenhagen
54°68'N
Vilnius
53°54'N
Minsk
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Level 52
Sep 25, 2018
Good quiz
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Level 73
Sep 25, 2018
The answer appears to be yes. Yes, I can name the 10 northernmost European capitals.
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Level 65
Sep 25, 2018
Easy
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Level 70
Sep 27, 2018
Yes, easy for me - only made one wrong guess en route to 100% but then I am European. May be less straightforward for those hailing from elsewhere.
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Level 68
Dec 1, 2018
Where are all the "what about scotland?" people?
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Level 81
Dec 1, 2018
In Scotland, I imagine.
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Level 68
Dec 1, 2018
I think they know better.
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Level 67
Dec 3, 2018
What about Wales? No one ever thinks of the welsh. Sad.
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Level 52
Apr 17, 2020
Contrary to common belief, Wales isn't actually further North than Scotland
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Level 26
Jul 8, 2020
Scotland is the part of the United Kingdom.
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Level 42
Dec 1, 2018
1:08 remained
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Level 64
Dec 4, 2018
100%!!! YES!
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Level 65
Dec 12, 2018
Great quiz! I hope to try more of this sort. Just a little error in display: I see Stockholm's latitude shown as 59.32' instead of 59°32'.
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Level 69
Mar 8, 2019
I think the decimal version was correct, rather than degree and minute. Now five have minute values greater than 60 which is incorrect.
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Level 67
Jul 3, 2019
Yes, clearly something is wrong here. The notation is in minutes and seconds, but some of the values exceed 60 so seem the be the decimal values. Not sure if all of them are the decimal values mistakenly written like they are in seconds and minutes, or that a mix of the two has been used> But regardless this needs to be fixed.
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Level 62
Feb 24, 2019
Got them all with 0:52 remaining at 6:21:52 PM on February 24, 2019. Nice quiz, good for another five points!
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Level 49
Jul 14, 2020
100% in 30 seconds
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Level 60
Sep 7, 2020
I was surprised not to see Dublin, so I looked it up. Dublin is 53.3 degrees North, and Minsk is 53.9 degrees North (source wiki).